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National Educational Venture Alliance 48 E Flagler St, Miami Fl. 33131 www.nevalliance.com (305)381-9981
The National Educational Venture Alliance is looking for recent graduates or traveling enthusiasts who are interested in teaching overseas in China! We are an educational consultant that works with inter-national clients to find instructors willing to teach in other countries.
You will teach maximum 25 hours per week
We will provide you with free accommodations near to the school upon arrival
Cities can be anywhere but mainly outside Beijing. Cities like Qingdao ,Jinan, Dalian, Hefei, Zheng-zhou, Wenzhou, Kunshan
Actual salary begins when you are to begin teaching and continues as long as you are teaching in our program
You will be paid pursuant to Chinese Schedule so you will be paid in full during Chinese National Holidays
You will teach K – 9, and the Class Size will not exceed 25 students in average.
Salary ranges around $1000-$1300 US.D per month tax free with opportunities for private tutor-ing.
Contract terms 6-7 month that might be extended to 12 month
Flight stipends paid at the end of teaching contract
If you are interested please forward your resume to Nationaleducationalventure@gmail.com and an interview will be scheduled with our clients in China.
We, meaning everyone not just the ladies, simply can’t get away from
that cursed 3-letter word, or would you prefer that other 3-letter word which
usually accompanies with age?
Let’s see, at 20, we’re just starting life on our own; by 30, we’re settling
in our ways with life; then to 40, we might feel as though we’ve truly
accomplished everything but status changes – divorced, widowed, stages of
separation, empty nest; and at 50, are we befitting on survival or grasping
‘the bull by the horns’?
You know, becoming older doesn’t necessarily mean life has come to end.
There’s nothing you can do in changing time; so why change the inevitable? What
is the use in running away. What is so bad facing half a century? You have
experienced a lot which means there is so much to share. Embrace in who you are and learn about how to accept into who
you can become!
Ladies, ask yourself this question: Do I really have to spend so much money
for Botox treatments, augmentation, tanning booths into looking younger? Do these limited time
fixes actually satisfy my personal needs or society’s vision of what I
should look like.
When I share my age, I say the double digit proudly because how I feel from
the inside reflects my outside. Then the next question asked, “How do you do
it?” The curious female ages from 20-50+ are referring ‘it’ as traits of
appearing youthful, being energetic, staying in shape … among other things.
I’ll openly admit as I confess when speaking of myself, my tone is
modest vanity (because most of us has a certain degree of
vanity). There are only two things I’d change about myself which doesn’t
require expensive surgery: altering the texture of my hair and slimming my
thighs, anything else involves common sense.
So, step one is START ACCEPTING your age, it’s you! You can’t change that
nor force turning back time, why? You should be living in the moment! I finally
realized my potential when after a breakup from a bad relationship this
occurred when I was early-to mid 40s. The pinnacle certainly didn’t
happen overnight, again another soon to be written topic, but the point is:
Come to terms with your annual turning point.
Once you’ve accomplished the act of acceptance, then the rest will follow.